Beach Tree (2016)
16 x 20 in.
Jane Stevens is a photographer, curator, and art educator whose work focuses on both personal and natural landscapes. As an artist/photographer, she works with light. Photography is about light and photosensitive materials. The process itself is magical. The landscapes in the photographs are visual metaphors for the artist’s transformative process and journey of reclaiming a sense of self and connection to the world/community.
In 2010, she published a book of photographs entitled “Dusty’s House: Photographs by Jane Stevens.” Recently she completed a book entitled “Don Seiden: An Artist’s Life.” These two books led to her 2011 exhibition “Points of Departure: Photographs by Jane Stevens” which focuses on visual images and moments where journeys begin.
Stevens has exhibited her work nationally and internationally including the Los Angeles Photography Center; Galeria Tonalli, Mexico City; University of Arizona, Tucson; Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, Louisiana; Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky; and Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas.
For more information visit: http://www.ceresgallery.org/stevens.html
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